Preparing Materials for Online Delivery
In this workshop participants will learn how to prepare and transfer course content for online delivery. Emphasis will be placed on the conversion of existing course materials and the creation of new materials for delivery in Blackboard.
An introductory workshop to SPSS statistical software. Participants learn fundamental SPSS procedures by tackling a actual research question. Areas covered include opening data, variable and value labels, missing data, generating basic descriptive statistics (e.g. means, frequencies), performing basic variable transformations (e.g. recoding existing variables), and performing more advanced statistical procedures. Time permitting, importing from and exporting to other data formats (e.g. Excel or ASCII text files) will also be covered. This workshop is taught using a windowed interface to SPSS, and thus is most applicable to users using SPSS for Windows and SPSS for Macintosh.
Web Design for Beginners
In this workshop participants will get familiar with the process of creating Web pages and get hands-on experience on how to create Web pages with text, images, links, tables and publish Web pages to a Web server with free software Mozilla Suite and FTP Explorer.
Introduction to Moodle
Moodle is a course management system similar to Blackboard that has been adapted speedily at academic institutions across the country. We now offer this platform to professors at Adelphi as an alternative to Blackboard. Moodle is especially attractive for professors who seek to infuse student collaboration and collaborative knowledge construction into their teaching. Some of Moodle’s features include student teamwork areas, peer evaluation areas, online journaling, built-in blogs and wikis, as well as a flexible course layout. Participants will learn how to transfer existing course materials from Blackboard into Moodle and how to utilize this new environment and it’s features.
This workshop will train faculty members in the use of Tk20 Campus Tools. The main objective of the course is to demonstrate the completion of an Assignment within the Tk20 system and familiarize instructor with the interface. Instructors will also learn how to log into the system, create assignment template, send assignments and grade assignment.
This workshop is intended to familiarize and orient COE faculty to LiveText. An overview of the basic features from both a student and faculty perspective will be presented. Participants will be shown how to create a Livetext account, how to create, share, review and assess LiveText documents.